YEN.com.gh has spotted a photo of a high heel designed with inspiration taken from the trademark of award-winning investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and fans have been left wondering.
The photo which was spotted on social media, showed a red high heels from the designers, ‘shoedazzle’. However, what was unique out the high heels was the fact that it had some features of the investigative journalist.
The high heel was designed with some strands attached to the buckle which was similar to the beaded mask of the investigative journalist.
This ads to the new trend of innovations that have come up after the journalist premiered his latest investigation dubbed, ‘Number 12’ – a documentary which sought to expose the rot in Ghana football.
Not too long ago, fashion designers came out with Anas-inspired clothing which was designed separately for men and women.
Another young student made waves on social media when she went to school on career day dressed as Anas. The photos of the little girl went so viral that Anas himself took a trip to the school to visit his young female protégé.
Adding to the ‘Anas craze’ was a miniature sculpture of the investigative journalist designed by a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Anas has made waves in the country with his investigative pieces which have the aim of naming, shaming and jailing corrupt officials.
In a surprise move, the Anas Aremeyaw Anas in one of his recent interviews on the aftermath of ‘Number 12’, took off his mask and showed his real face to the whole world.
Prior to this move, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, put out many pictures purported to be that of Anas and also premiered a documentary, ‘Who watches the Watchman’ in an effort to expose the journalist as being corrupt.
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